Bangor & Aroostook presented this nearly-original-condition EMD BL2, named the "American Railfan," to the Cole Land Transportation Museum in 1982. The only thing missing are the tractio... (more)
The Stourbridge Line in Honesdale, PA
The Stourbridge Line takes its name from the "Stourbridge Lion", a locomotive which was manufactured in Stouirbridge, England, by the firm Foster... (more)
The Stourbridge Line's 1949 built EMD BL2, former Bangor & Aroostook 54, is staged for boarding of at Honesdale, PA. The Delaware Lackwaxwen & Stourbridge operates their excursion trains to vari... (more)
Two former SNC BL2s are shoved onto the CKIN connection at Wellsboro. The two are heading to the Hoosier Valley Railway Museum for excursion service.
EMD BL2 #52 & #56 built in March & April of 1949. Shown here basking in the sun at CSX Selkirk Yard. Eventually they'll be on there way to Hoosier Valley in Indiana & planned for excursion service... (more)
Taken from the nose of a BL2, the Monon has placed its caboose in position for a return drag home to Hammond after dropping off a transfer to the BRC's Clearing Yard. Tom Golden photo.
Stourbridge Line's Easter Egg Express heading back to Honesdale with BL2 54 leading.
Roughly 70 years ago, one of the Boston & Maine's oddball EMD BL2s leads a North Conway (NH)-Boston branchline local into the station at Conway, NH. The BL2s are long gone but Conway still sees pa... (more)
Stourbridge Line's BL2 54 on the back of the Winter Wonderland Limited. 54 will lead on the return trip to Honesdale.
Stourbridge Line BL2 54 leads a fall foliage excursion across White Mills Rd. as it makes its way back to Honesdale.
BL2 54 takes a break under fall colors and dark skies.
The first year of the Stourbridge Line’s operation occurred while freight service on the former Erie branch from the Southern Tier line at Lackawaxen to Honesdale, Pennsylvania was still being o... (more)
On a rainy day, one of Rock Island's five BL2s leads a commuter train in Chicago.
R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
Awaiting a pickup by the Battenkill Railroad, two former Saratoga & North Creek BL2s and a Greenwich & Johnsonville caboose are seen sitting at the interchange at Eagle Bridge, New York